Defensive Driving Resource

An Advanced Driver Improvement Course is now Available Online with DTA

Driver Training Associates (DTA) offers an advanced driver improvement course to help drivers whose licenses have been suspended or revoked, or who have been categorized as habitual traffic offenders. The course will also fulfill the requirements of a Florida court or judge if a driver has been ordered to attend a 12-hour defensive driving program. Instead of spending 12 hours in a classroom on a Saturday, a driver can complete this State of Florida approved course completely on the Internet. There are no books, no classes with strangers, and no need to drive anywhere.

Upon enrolling in the course, the student will receive an enrollment letter that can be presented to the Bureau of Administrative Reviews if a hardship license is needed. Students can pay a small fee to have this letter expedited if they need their letter in a hurry. Presentation of the ADI course enrollment letter to the DHSMV is also needed for a driver to have his or her license reinstated after it has been suspended or revoked.

Although the Internet ADI course does require student interaction, there is no “group setting” or discussions. Short answer exercises are spread throughout the course, and video is used to make the user experience more engaging. The student is required to take a 24-hour break after completing the first 6 hours of the course. This online course is quickly becoming the most popular way for Florida drivers to attend an Advanced Driver Improvement program.

For those who would like to learn more about the advanced driver improvement class offered on the Internet by Drivers Training Associates, visit or contact 1-800-558-9887.

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